SP19


April 2016

No. of Shots

6 13

Shots on Target

3 4

Possession

48% 52%

Fouls Conceded

17 12

Corners Won

3 6

Discipline

 
Goals Miller 37 (Pen)

Brophy 7

Killie Team

Bachmann, O'Donnell, S Boyd, Findlay, Taylor, Burke, (Tshbola 79), Dicker, Power, Jones, Brophy, (K Boyd 66), Stewart, (Ndjoli 83)
Subs Not Used: MacDonald, McKenzie, Waters, Millen.

Attendance: 3,401

Man of the Match Vote

 

Match Recap

Steve Clarke says opponents now view Kilmarnock as a scalp after Hamilton celebrated a draw with his side as if "they had done something marvellous".

Mickel Miller's penalty earned Hamilton a point after Eamonn Brophy gave the visitors the lead with his eighth goal of the season.

The draw means Kilmarnock drop to fourth - four points behind leaders Celtic. 

"I think everybody's perception of us has changed," Clarke said.

"I've said to the players over the next few games they're going to have to be aware of that, people are starting to treat us a little bit differently."

 

Comments

Steve Clarke: "I don't think we quite did enough to get all three points, although we did miss some really good chances, one in particular that normally Greg [Stewart] would tuck away. The game changes on the penalty decision but I've no great qualms about it, Eamonn [Brophy] moves his arm towards the ball. It gave Hamilton something to cling on to, up until then I don't think they believed they could get anything out of the game."

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